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Judges xi, 5-10. And it was so, very wisely, he was afraid of him. 1 Chron. xl, 6. And Dar that when the children of Ammon But all Israel and Judah loved Whosoever smiteth the Je made war against Israel, the David, because he went out and first shall be chief and capt elders of Gilead went to fetch came in before them. Then the Joab the son of Zerula Jephthah out of the land of Tob: princes of the Philistines went first up, and was chief. And they said unto Jephthah, forth, and it came to pass, after Come, and be our captain, that we they went forth, that David be- 1 Chron. xii, 34. And of may fight with the children of haved himself more wisely than a thousand captains, an Ammon. And Jephthah said un- all the servants of Saul; so that them, with shield and to the elders of Gilead, Did not ye his name was much set by. thirty and seven thousand. hate me, and expel me out of my 2 Sam. iv. 1, 2. And when Saul's
1 Chron. xxvii, 1-24, 34 father's house? and why are ye son heard that Abner was dead in the children of Israel af come unto me now when ye are Hebron, his hands were feeble, number, to wit, the chief in distress? And the elders of and all the Israelites were
and captains of thousu Gilead said unto Jephthah, troubled. And Saul's son had two hundreds, and their offic Therefore we turn again to thee
men that were captains of bands: served the king in any m now, that thou mayest go with ns, the name of the one was Baanah, the courses, which came and fight against the children of and the name of the other Rechab went out month by month Ammon, and be our head over all the sons of Rimmon a Beerothite, out all the months of the the inhabitants of Gilead. And Jephthah said unto the elders of Beeroth also was reckoned 'to of the children of Benjamin: (for every course were twe
four thousand. Over t Gilead, If ye bring me home again Benjamin.)
course for the first mor to fight against the children of
Jashobeam the son of Ammon, and the LORD deliver 2 Sam. v, 1, 2. Then came all the and in his course toere tw them before me, shall I be your tribes of Israel to David unto four thousand. Of the chi head? And the elders of Gilead Hebron, and spake, saying, Be- Perez was the chief of said unto Jephthah,
The LORD be hold, we are thy bone and thy captains of the host for witness between us, if we do not so flesh. Also in time past, when month. And over the according to thy words.
Saul was king over us, thou wast the second month 2008 1
he that leddest out and brought- Ahohite, and of his cou 1 Sam. xii, 11. And the LORD est in Israel: and the Lord said to Mikloth also the ruler. sent Jerubbaal, and Bedan, thee, Thou shalt feed my people course likewise were tw and Jephthah, and Samuel, and Israel, and thou shalt be a captain four thousand. The third delivered you out of the hand of over Israel.
of the host for the thin your enemies on every side, and
was Benaiah the son of J je dwelled safe.
UNDER DAVID. a chief priest: and in hi UNDER SAUL AND DAVID.
2 Sam. V, 8. And David said on were twenty and four !
that day, Whosoever getteth up This is that Benaiah, a 1 Sam. viii, 12. And he will ap- to the gutter, and smiteth the mighty among the this point him captains over thousands, Jebusites, and the lame and the above the thirty; and inh and captains over fifties.
blind, that are hated of David's was Ammizabad bis so 1 Sam. ix, 16. To morrow about soul, he shall be chief and captain. fourth captain for the four this time I will send thee a man Wherefore they said, The blind was Asahel the brother out of the land of Benjamin, and and the lame shall not coine into and Zebadiah his son a
and in his course rere tv thou shalt anoint him to be captain the house.
four thousand. The fufti over my people Israel, that he may 2 Sam. xvii, 25. And Absalom for the fifth month wass save my people out of the hand of made Amasa captain of the host the Izrahite: and in h! the Philistines: for I have looked instead of Joab: which Amasa was were twenty and four 1 upon my people, because their a man's son, whose name was The sixth captain for 1 cry is come unto me.
Ithra an Israelite, that went in to month was Ira the sono i sam. xiil, 14. But now thy Abigail the daughter of Nahash, the Tekoite: and in his com kingdom shall not continue: the sister to Zeruiah Joab's mother.
twenty and four thousa LORD hath sought him a man after his own heart, and the LORD
2 Sam. xviii, 1. And David num. seventh captain for the hath commanded him to be cap
bered the people that were with month was Helez the P tain over his people,
because thou him, and set captains of thousands the children of Ephrain hast not kept that which the
and captains of hundreds over his course were twenty them.
thousand, The elghth LORD commanded thee.
for the eighth month road 1 Sam. xviil, 5, 12-16, 30. And
2 Sam. xix, 13. And say ye to
the Hushathite, of the David went out whithersoever Amasa, Art thou not of my bone, and in his course were to Saul sent him, and behaved him. and of my flesh? God do so to me, four thousand. The nint self wisely: and Saul set him over and more also, if thou be not cap- for the ninth month seas the men of war, and he was acually in the room of Joab.
tain of the host before me contin- the Anetothite, of the Be cepted in the sight of all the peo
and in his course ocre tw ple, and also in the sight of Saul's
2 Sam. XX, 23. Now Joab was four thousand. The tent servants. And Saul was afraid of over all the host of Israel; and for the tenth month toas David, because the LORD was with Benaiah the son of Jehoiada was the Netophathite, of the him, and was departed from Saul. over the Cherethites, and over the and in his course were to Therefore Saul removed him from Pelethites.
four thousand. The him, and made him his captain 2 Sam. xxill, 22, 23. These things captain for the elevent over a thousand; and he went out did Benaiah the son of Jehoiada, mas Benaiah the Pirati and came in before the people. and had the name among three the children of Ephrain And David behaved himself wise- mighty men. He was more his course toere twenty ly in all his ways; and the LORD honourable than the thirty, but he thousand. The twelfth Uns with him, Wherefore when attained not to the first three. for the twelfth month a Saul saw that he behaved himself And David set him over hisguard. 'the Netophathite, of Oth
orse vere twenty and four conspired against him, and smote Sisera, which dwelt in Harosheth 1 Furthermore over the him in Samaria, in the palace of of the Gentiles. ! Israel: the ruler of the the king's house, with Argob and tes toas Eliezer the son of Arich, and with him fifty men of of Tyre sent his servants unto
1 Kings v, 1. And Hiram king I the Simeonites, Shepha- the Gileadites: and he killed him, Solomon; for he had heard that son of Maachah: or the and reigned in his room. Hashabiah the son of
they had anointed him king in 2 Kings xvill, 24. How then wilt the room of his father: for Hiram of the Aaronites, Zadok: thou turn away the face of one was ever a lover of David.
Elihu, one of the breth. captain of the least of my master's Javid: of Issachar, Omri servants, and put thy trust on
1 Kings xx, 24. [And the serof Michael: of Zebulun, Egypt for chariots and for horse-vants of the king of Syria said,] the son of Obadiah; of men?
And do this thing, Take the Jerimoth the son of 2 Kings xxv, 23. And when all place, and put captains in their
kings away, every man out of his the children of Ephraim, the captains of the armies, they he son of Azaziah: of the
rooms. of Manasseh, Joel the and their men, heard that the
2 Kings XXV, 8. And in the fifth daiah; of the half tribe king of Babylon had made Gedaseb in Gllead, Iddo the
liah governor, there came to Geda month, on the seventh day of the Kechariah: of Benjamin,
liah to Mizpah, even Ishmael the month, which is the nineteenth le son of Abner of Dan, the son of Carean, and Seraiah of Babylon, came Nebuzar-adan,
son of Nethaniah, and Johanan year of king Nebuchadnezzar king the son ere the princes of the the son of Tanhumeth the Neto- captain of the guard, a servant of
the king of Babylon, unto JeruIsrael. But David took phathite, and Jaazaniah the son
of a Maachathite, they and their aunber of them from
salem. men. ears old and under: be
2 Chron. xxxiii, 11. Wherefore Lord had said he would 1 Chron. iv, 42, 43. And some of the Lord brought upon them the Israel like to the stars of them, even of the sons of Simeon, captains of the host of the king of
Joab the son of five hundred men, went to mount Assyria, which took Manasseh egan to number, but he Seir, having for their captains among the thorns, and bound him mot, because there fell Pelatiah, and Neariah, and Re- with fetters, and carried bim to It against Israel; neither phaiah, and Uzziel,
the sons of Babylon. manber put in the ac- Ishi. And they smote the rest of Neh. il, 9. Then I came to the the chronicles of king the Amalekites that were escaped, governors beyond the river, and And after Ahithophel and dwelt there unto this day. gave them the king's letters. leads the son of Benaiah, Jer. xxxvii, 13. And when he Now the king had sent captains Bur: and the general of was in the gate of Benjamin, a of the army and horsemen with atmy was Joab. captain of the ward was there,
me. whose name was Irijah, the son of
Jer, lil, 12. Now in the fifth THE OTHER KINGS. Shelemiah, the son of Hananiah; month, in the tenth day of the XVI, 16. And the people and he took Jeremiah the prophet, month, which was the nineteenth encamped heard say, saying, Thou fallest away to the year of Nebuchadrezzar king of h conspired, and hath Chaldeans.
Babylon, came Nebuzar-adan, capthe king: wherefore all Jer. x1, 2, 5. And the captain of the king of Babylon, into Jeru
tain of the guard, which served te Omri, the captain of the guard took Jeremiah, and said
salem. ing over Israel that day unto him, The LORD thy God hath pronounced this evil upon this
Dan. iii, 27. And the princes, 1,9, 11. Then the king place. Now while he was not governors, and captains, and the him a captain of fifty yet gone back, he said, Go back king's counsellors, being gathered ffty. And he went up also to Gedaliah the son of Ahikam together, saw these men, upon
behold, he sat on the the son of Shaphan, whom the whose bodies the fire had Will And he spake unto king of Babylon hath made goy- power, nor was an hair of their i man of God, the king ernor over the cities of Judah, head singed, neither were their
Come down. Again and dwell with him among the coats changed, nor the smell of ent unto him another people: or go wheresoever it fire had passed on them. 1 fifty with his fifty. seemeth convenient unto thee to
Matth. viji, 5, 8. And when Jesus nswered and said unto go. So the captain of the guard was entered into Capernaum, A of God, thus hath the gave him victuals and a reward, there came unto him a centurion, Come down quickly. and let him go.
beseeching him. The centurion kx, 6. And when he
answered and said, Lord, I am IN FOREIGN ARMIES. old, the captains of the
not worthy that thou shouldest sitting, and he said, I Gen. xxxvII, 36. And the Midl- come under my roof: but speak Tand to thee, o captain, anites sold him into Egypt unto the word only, and my servant said, Unto which of all Potiphar, an officer of Pharaoh's, shall be healed. be sald, To thee, o cap- and captain of the guard.
Matth. xxvii, 54. Now when the Gen. xl, 4. And the criptain of centurion, and they that were 131, 15. But Jehoiada the guard charged Joseph with with him, watching Jesus, saw
commanded the cap-them, and he served them; and the earthquake, and those things e bundreds, the officers they continued a season in ward. that were done, they feared greatst, and said unto them, Exod. xv, 4. Pharaoh's chariots ly, saying, Truly this was the son
forth without the and his bost hath he cast into the of God. nd him that followeth sea; his chosen captains also are Mark vi, 21. And when a conith the sword. For the drowned in the Red sea.
venient day was
come, that 4 sald, Let her not be Judges iv, 2. And the Lord sold Herod on his birthday made a he house of the LORD. them into the hand of Jabin king supper to his lords, high captains, 1.25. But Pekah the of Canaan, that reigned in Hazor; and chief estates of Galilee. toaliah, a captain of his, the captain of whose host was Luke vii, 2. And & certain cen
turlon's servant, who was dear could swim should cast themselves, words unto them: for this ma unto him, was sick, and ready to first into the sea, and get to land. seokein not the welfare of the die.
Acts xxviil, 16. And when we people, but the hurt. Luke xxli, 4. And he went his came to Rome, the centurion de
Matth. xxvii, 27. Then the sa way, and communed with the livored the prisoners to the cap
diers of the governor took Jese chief priests and captains, how he tain of the guard: but Paul was
into the common hall, and gathe might betray him unto them.
suffered to dwell by himself with ed unto him the whole band Luke xxiii, 47. Now when the a soldier that kept him.
soldiers, centurion saw what was done, he
Matth. xxviil, 12. And why glorified God, saying, Certainly this was a righteous man.
Josh. v. 14, 15. And he said. they were assembled with
Nay; but as captain of the host of elders, and had taken cours John xviii, 3, 12. Judas then, the 'LORD am I now come. And they gave large money unto t having received a band of men Joshua fell on his face to the
soldiers. and officers from the chief priests earth, and did worship, and said Luke til, 14. And the soldie and Pharisees, cometh thither unto 'him, What saith my lord likewise demanded of him, sayin with lanterns and torches and unto his servant? And the cap- And what shall we do? And weapons. Then the band and the tain of the Lord's host said unto said unto them, Do violence to captain and officers of the Jews Joshua, Loose thy shoe from ofr man, neither accuse any false took Jesus, and bound him.
thy foot; for the place whereon and be content with your wagte Acts v, 26. Then went the cap- thou standest is holy. And Joshua tain with the officers, and brought did so.
Luke xxii, 11,36. And Herod
his men of war set him at note them without violence: for they
2 Chron. xili, 12. And, behold, and mocked him and arrayed feared the people, lest they God himself is with us for our in a gorgeous robe, and sent should have been stoned.
captain, and his priests with again to Pilate. And the soli Acts xxi, 31, 32. And as they sounding trumpets to cry alarm also mocked him, coming to be went about to kill him, tidings against you. O children of Israel, and offering him vinegar. came unto the chi captain of the fight ye not against the LORD band, that all Jerusalem was in God of your fathers; for ye shall soldiers platted
á crown of ibar
John xix, 2, 23, 32, 34. And an uproar.
Who inmediately not prosper. took soldiers and centurions, and
and put it on his head, and
Heb. il, 10. For it became him, put on him a purple robe. Th ran down unto them: and when for whom are all things, and by the soldiers, when they had cm they saw the chief captain and the whom are all things, in bringing fied Jesus, took his garments soldiers, they left beating of Paul. many sons unto glory, to make made four parts, to every sold
Acts xxiii, 17. Then Paul called the captain of their salvation per a part; and also his coat: now. one of the centurions unto him, fect through sufferings.
coat was without seam, woy and said, Bring this young man Rev. xix, 18. That ye may eat from the top throughout. Ti unto the chief captain: for he bath the flesh of kings, and the flesh of came the soldiers, and brake a certain thing to tell him.
captains, and the flesh of mighty legs of the first, and of the et Acts xxiv, 7, 22, 23. But the men.....
which was crucified with chief captain Lysias came upon
But one of the soldiers wil us, and with great violence took THE TROOPS. spear pierced his side, and to him away out of our hands. And
with came thereout blood when Fel heard these things, was broken up, and all the men
2 Kings xxv, 4. And the city
water. having more perfect knowledge of war fled by night by the way
Acts x, 7. And wben the at of that way, he deferred them, and said, When Lysias the chief of the gate between two walls, which spake unto Cornelius captain shall come down, I will which is by the king's garden: departed, ho called two of know the uttermost of your mat-|(now the Chaldees were against household servants, and a de ter. And he commanded a centhe city round about:) and the king soldier of them that waited
him continually. turion to keep Paul, and to let went the way toward the plain. him have liberty, and that he 2 Chron. XXV, 13. But the sol- Acts xii, 4, 6, 18. And when should forbid none of his acquaint- diers of the army which Amaziah had apprehended him, he pul ance to minister or como unto sent back, that they should not in prison, and delivered its him.
go with him to battle, fell upon four quaternions of soldier Acts XXV, 23. And on the mor- the cities of Judah, from Sainaria keep him; intending after E row, when Agrippa was come, and even unto Beth-horon, an] smote to bring him forth to the pe Bernice, with great pomp, and three thousand of them, and took and when Herod would was entered into the place of much spoil.
brought him forth, the heoring, with the chief captains, Ezra viii, 22. For I was ashamed night Peter was sleeping bets and principal men of the city, at to require of the king band of
two soldiers, bound with Festus' commandment Paul was soldiers and horsemen to help us
chains: and the keepers before brought forth. against the enemy in the way: soon as it was day, there wa
door kept the prison. Acts xxvii, 1, 11, 43. And when because we had spoken unto the small stir among the sold It was determined that we should king, saying, The band of our what was become of Peter. sail Into Italy, they delivered God is upon all them for good Paul and certain other prisoners that seek him; but his power and Acts xxvil, 31, 32, 42. Pant unto one named Julius, a centurion his wrath is against all them that to the centurion and to tbe of Augustus' band. Nevertheless forsake him.
diers, Except these ahlde is the centurion believed the master Jer. xxxviii, 4. Therefore the ship, ye cannot be saved. and the owner of the ship, more princes said unto the king, We the soldiers cut off the rop than those things which were beseech thee, let this man be put the boat, and let her fall of spoken by Paul. But the centur- to death: for thus he weakeneth the soldiers' counsel was to lon, willing to save Paul, kept the hands of the men of war that the prisoners, lest any of them from their pnrpose; and remain in this city, and the hands should swim out, and escape cominanded that they which of all the people, in speaking such
AND ITS BEASON.
Late si, 21, 22. When a strong, Issachar, and also Barak: he was, and to be his horsemen; and some an armed keepeth his palace, sent on foot into the valley. For shall run before his chariots. is goods are in peace: But when the divisions of Reuben there were 1 Sam. xlii, 5. And the Philisstronger than he shall come great thoughts of heart.
tines gathered themselves toon him and overcome him, he teth from him all his armour said unto the rootmen that stood thousand chariots, and six thou
1 Sam. xxii, 17. And the king gether to fight with Israel, thirty bereiu he trusted, and divideth spoils.
about him, Turn, and slay the sand horsemen.
priests of the LORD; because their 2 Sam. , 6. And the young man Rua Fili, 37. Nay, in all these hand also is with David, and be- that told him said, as I happened inge we are more than con- cause they knew when he fled, by chance upon mount Gilboa, run through him that loved and did not shew it to me. But behold, Saul" leaned
upon his the servants of the king would not spear, and, lo, the chariots and MOR. 1, 3-6. For though we put forth their hand to fall upon horsemen 'followed hard after
him. is in the flesh, we do not war
the priests of the LORD. ter de flesb: (for the weapons Jer. xii, 5. If thou hast run with
2 Sam. viii, 4. And David took cu varfare are not carnal, but the footmen, and they have from hinn a thousand chariots, and Less through God to the pulling wearied thee,'then how canst thou seren hundred horsemen, and na of strong holde;) Casting contend with horses? and ( in the twenty thousand footmex and P. Imaginations, and every land of peace, wherein thou trust- David houghed all the chariot thing that exalteth itseif edst, they wearied thee, then how horses, but reserved of them for
an hundred chariots. is the knowledge of God, wilt thou do in the swelling of bringing into captivity every Jordan?
2 sam. x, 18. And the Syrians exhat to the obedience of
fled before Israel; and David slew rist and having in a readi
the men of seven hundred chariots to revenge all disobedience, FORBIDDEN TO THE KINGS OF ISRAEL, of the Syrians, and forty thousand your obedience is fulfilled.
horsemen, and smote Shobach N.1, 5. Yet I supposed it Deut. xvii, 16. But be shall not the captain of their host, wbo died
there. arry to send to you Epaph- multiply horses to himself, nor
Bites, my brother, and compan-cause the people to return to 1 Kings 1,5. Then Adonijah the in labour, and fellow-soldier, Egypt, to the end that he should son of Haggith exalted himself,
jeur messenger, and ye that multiply horses: forasmuch as the saying, I will be king: and he pretasd to my wants.
LORD hath said unto you, Ye shall pared him chariots and horsemen, Tx/18. This charge I com
henceforth return no more that and fifty men to run before him.
way. Le tuee, son Timothy, ac
1 Kings iv, 26. And Solomon to the prophecies which
1 Kin. x, 28. And Solomon had had forty thousand stalls of horses I before on thee, that thou by horses brought out of Egypt. ... for his chariots, and twelve thoumightest war a good war
Isa. Xxxi, 1-3. Woe to them that sand horsemen.
go down to Egypt for help; and 1 Kings xx, 20. And they slew Tum. v, 12. Fight the good stay on horses, and trust in every cne his man: and the Syret falth, lay hold on eternal chariots, because they are many; ians fled; and Israel pursued them: Whereunto thou art also and in horsemen, because they are and Ben-hadad the king of Syria
1, and hast professed a good very strong, but they look not un escaped on an horse with the Aslan before many witnesses.
to the Holy One of Israel, neither horsemen.
2 Kings xiil, 7. Neither did he Tim. 11 , 3, 4. Thou therefore wise, and will bring evil
, and will leave of the people to Jehoahaz sto barhess, as a good sol- not call back his words: but will but fifty horsemen, and ten chaof Jesus Christ.
No man arise against the house of the evil- riots, and ten thousand footinen: worreth entangleth himself doers, and against the help of them for the king
of Syria had destroyed the affairs of this life, that that work iniquity. Now the them, and had made them like
please him who hath Egyptians are men, and not God; the dust by threshing. he ha to be a soldier.
and their horses flesh, and not TAR. IV, 7. I have fought a spirit. When the LORD shall
2 Kings xviii, 23. Now thereight, I have finished my
stretch out his hand, both he that fore, I pray thee, give pledges to I have kept the faith. helpeth shall fall, and he that is my lord the king of Assyria, and I
will deliver thee two thousand Miran 2. And to our beloved all shall fail together.
holpen shall fall down, and they horses, if thou be able on thy part and Archippus our fellow
to set riders upon them. and to the church in thy
Acts xxili, 32. On the morrow Gen. 1, 9. And there went up they left the horsemen to go with
with bin both chariots and horse him, and returned to the castle. INFANTRY.
men: and it was a very great com5:1. XII, 37. And the children pany.
2 Kings 11, 11. And it came to Imel journeyed from Rameses
Exod. xv, 19. For the horse of pass, as they still went on, and Etooth, about six bundred Pharaoh went in with his chariots talked, that, behold, there appearend on foot that were men,
and with his horsemen into the ed a chariot of fire, and horses of
sea, and the LORD brought again fire, and parted them both asunfan. xi, 11. And Moses said, the waters of the sea upon them; der, and Elijah went up by a sople, among whom I am, but the children of Israel
went on whirlwind into heaven. As bundred thousand foot dry land in the midst of the sea. , and thou hast said, I will
2 Kings xiii, 14. Now Elisha 1 Sam. viii, 11. And he said, was fallen sick of his sickness Jellem dissh that they inay eat This will be the manner of
the whereof he died. And Joach the king that shall reign over you: He king of Israel came down unto ef v, 15. And tbe princes of will take your sons, and appoint him, and wept over his face, and hear were with Deboral; even I them for himself, for his chariots, I said, O my father, my father, the
.... And JG
chariot of Israel, and the horsemen Hosea xiv, 3. Asshar shall not by night, and compassed the thereof.
save us; we will not ride upon about. And when the servan Isa. xxi, 7. And he saw a chariot horses.
the man of God was risen e with a couple of horsemen,
Zech. x, 6. And they shall be as and gone forth, behold, an and he hearkened diligently with mighty men, which tread down compassed the city both! much heed.
their enemies in the mire of the horses and chariots. And his
streets in the battle: and they vant said unto him. Alas, Isa. xxii, 7. And it shall come to shall fight, because the LORD is master! how shall we do? pass, that thy choicest valleys with them, and the riders on shall be full of chariots, and the horses shall be confounded.
2 Kin. ix, 21, .
king of Israel, and Ahaziah 1 horsemen shall set themselves in array at the gate.
Rev. xix, 14. And the armies of Judah, went out, each in
which were in heaven followed chariot, and they went out an Jer. iv, 29. The whole city shall him upon white horses, clothed in Jehu. flee for the noise of the horsemen fine linen, white and clean.
2 Chron. 1, 14. And Solo and bowmen; they shall go into
gathered chariots and horse thickets, and climb up upon the NOT INVINCIBLE. and he had a thousand and rocks: every city shall be forsaken, Judges v, 22. Then were the hundred chariots, and to and not a man dwell therein, horse-hoofs broken by the means
thousand horsemen.. Jer. viil, 16. The sporting of his of the prancings, the prancings of Isa. xxii, 6, 7. And Elam horses was heard from Dan: the their mighty ones.
the quiver with chariots of whole land trembled at the sound P3. xx, 7, 8. Some trust in cha- and horsemen, and Kir uncor of the neighing of his strong ones; riots, and somein horses: but we will the shield. And it shall cu for they are come, and have de remember the nanie of the LORD pass, that thy choicesti voured the land, and all that is in our God. They are brought down shall be full of chariots, se it; the city, and those that dwell and fallen: but we are risen, and horsemen shall set themselv therein. stand upright.
array at the gate. Ezek. xxiii, 6, 23. Which were Prov. xxi, 31. The horse is
(Sce under Horec.) clothed with blue, captains and prepared against the day of battle: rulers, all of them desirable young but safety is of the LORD.
ARTILLERY OR IRON W men, horsemen riding upon horses. Isa. xxx, 16. But ye said, No;
CHARIOTS. The Babylonians, and all the for we will flee upon horses; Chaldeans, Pekod, and shoa, and therefore shall ye flee: and, We
Josh. xvil, 16, 18. And the Koa, and all the Assyrians with will ride upon the swift; therefore dren of Joseph' said,
The them: all of them desirable young shall they that pursue you be not enough for us: and all men, captains and rulers, great swift.
Canaanites that dwell in the lords and renowned, all of them Isa. xliii, 17. Which bringeth of the valley have charich nding upon horses.
forth the chariot and horse, the iron, both they who are of! Ezek. xxvi, 11. With the hoofs army and the power; they shall shean and her towns, and of his horses shall he tread down lie down together, they shall not who are of the valley of Je
Thou shalt drive out all thy streets: he shall slay thy rise: they are extinct, they are people by the sword, and thy quenched as tow.
Canaanites, though they strong garrisons shall go down to Micah v, 10. And it shall come iron chariots, and though thi the ground.
to pass in that day, saith the LORD, strong.
that I will cut off thy horses out Judges i, 19. And the Lone Ezek. xxxviil, 4, 15. And I will of the midst of thee, and I will with Judab; and he drave of turn thee back, and put hooks destroy thy chariots.
inhabitants of the mountain into thy jaws, and I will bring thee forth, and all thine army,
Haggai 1, 21, 22. Speak to could not drive out the in horses and horsemen, all of them Zerubbabel, governor of Judah, 1 tants of the valley, because clothed with all sorts of armour, saying, I will shake the heavens had chariots of iron. even a great company with buck and the earth; And I will over- Judges iv, 3, 13. And tha lers and shields, all of them hand-throw the throne of kingdoms, and dren of Israel cried unto ling swords: And thou shalt come
I will destroy the strength of the LORD! for he had nine hun from thy place out of the north kingdoms of the heathen; and i chariots of iron; and twentys parts, thou, and many people with those that ride in them; and the of Israel. And Sisera gath
will overthrow the chariots, and he mightily oppressed the chil thee, all of them riding upon horses and their riders shall come together all his chariots, eren horses, a great company, and a mighty army:
down, every one by the sword of hundred chariots of iron, an his brother.
the people that were with Dan. xi, 40. And at the time of
from Karosheth of the Gen the end shall the king of the south
WAR CHARIOT. unto the river of Kishon. push at him; and the king of the Joshua xi, 9. And Joshua did north shall come against him like unto them as the Lord bade him: COMMISSARIAT. a whirlwind, with chariots, and he houghed their horses, and Joshua i, 10, 11. Then Je with horsemen, and with many burnt their chariots with fire. commanded the officers of ships; and he shall enter into the
1 Kin. x, 26. And Solomon gath- people, saying, Pass through countries, and shall overflow andered together chariots and horse-host, and command the pe pass over.
men: and he had a thousand and saying, Prepare you vietails Hosea I, 7. But I will have four hundred chariots, and twelve within three days ye shall mercy upon the house of Judah, thousand horsemen, whom he be over this Jordan, to go in to and will save them by the LORD stowed in the cities for chariots, sess the land, which the I their God, and will not save them and with the king at Jerusalem. your God giveth you to postel by bow, nor by sword, nor by 2 Kin. vi, 14, 15. Therefore sent Judges vill, 5-9, 15. And bet battle, by horses, nor by horse- he thither horses, and chariots, unto the men of Succoth, GH men.
and a great host: and they came I pray you, loaves of bread 1